South Yarra Pool House Design by Artillery


Artillery have developed the South Yarra Pool House in Victoria, Australia. When invited to fill the envelope of an ex- stable to accommodate a smallish dwelling abounding the share on the back on the South Yarra property, Artillery propelled its workforce into innovative steps.

Artillery designed the Pool House’s internal, exterior and associated with decking (which back links the primary dwelling towards the pool) functioning alongside Paul Bangay who was responsible for that landscape style and artwork.


The condition from the Pool House stems from historic beginnings while being carefully conformed with discrete folds creating understated shadows. The construction was manufactured from steel, with steel framed doors. Zinc cladding addresses the exterior whilst corresponding the extension with the principle house. Doors were made to fully open, allowing for a straightforward transition between the interior and exterior.


The Pool House is positioned under a current Elm tree, making use of healthy shading. In addition, a skeletal pergola is gradually being enveloped with a creeper, that can fill the voids with greenery creating more normal shading.

Furthermore, Artillery was appointed about the interior from the leading house (comprising on the initial house including a meaningful extension designed by Jackson Clements Burrows. The owner’s and designer’s love of timber could be the hero of this living area.


The most enjoyable portion with the layout process was working with all the owners, who radiate design appreciation and knowledge. Their collection of extraordinary items of furniture and art accumulated during their travels abroad and having lived stint in New York fill the number of spaces tied to the dwellings. These pieces make the space really feel lived in and loved.



Designers: Artillery

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